Apr 22, 2010 8:06am
Obscure? That might be a stretch but this is the boys' first visit to the Heart of Dixie. And this link is an AUD: http://www.archive.org/details/gd1977-05-17.aud.maizner.minches.88771.flac16
. It's a little boomy but that can be adjusted.
Here's what makes it special:
Bertha is a mover and shaker.
The Scarlet>Fire, at 26 minutes, is long enough to really get into it. I really like the last couple of minutes of Fire. And, it is the closer for the First Set which, to me, seems unusual for '77(though, it may not be.)
Passenger and Sunrise. A lot of people will think of this as a negative but I've always enjoyed a rousing Passenger.
Then you got Estimated>Terrapin>Playin'>Drums(at 4:49, almost perfect length in my book,)>Wharf Rat>Playin'. Not a big Wharf Rat fan but this one is a little heavier than most.
And if you like your encores sugary, this one will give your cochlea cavities.
Of course, all this is just my opinion.
There you go, now you know.
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